Hotel Cortese

Address: Corso Garibaldi 20, San Remo, Italian Riviera, 18038, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Corso Garibaldi 20, San Remo, is near San Remo Casino, La Pigna, Corso dell'Imperatrice, and Silver Valley (Valle Argentina).
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    Travel Blogs from San Remo

    Day 1 - Day 3 Szeged to San Remo

    A travel blog entry by melnbruce on Sep 26, 2015

    57 photos

    ... br>
    Woohoo! Breakfast! .....excitement squashed....our breakfast was white bread rolls, cheese, ham and spreads and hard boiled eggs. If not for the eggs I would have starved. Italian coffee!!!?...nope not yet....powdered machine coffee for us....reminded me of the machines they used to have up in the mess in the mines!
    4 eggs and a heap of cheese and we were packing ready for another long bus trip.
    But wait, we ...

    Lost, Found, then Lost - Part 1

    A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jun 18, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    We decided to be on the bike by 9.30 for the ride to Cinque Terre. I had my alarm set, but the movements of the other members of my hostel woke up me up early enough that I had time to have a cup of tea. As I was making the trips down to pack up the bike, I realised I couldn't mentally place the Andy Straps that I would use to strap Jess' backpack to the bike. I thought to myself, "I'm sure they're in the back pocket of the ...

    The Med, Nice and another medieval gem

    A travel blog entry by frykberg on Oct 11, 2013

    3 comments, 19 photos

    ... roads and dramatic cliffs and drops. We are spending the night in Eze, which also has a medieval village perched on a hill. And wow, but this took our breadth away! Carcassonne was quaint and beautiful but this was even more so (more adult than kid friendly though) with trendy artist studios nestled along pedestrian only pathways, and restaurants caved out of grottos and million dollar views of the sea and hills. This was an unexpected little treasure.


    Cruise Day 3 - Monte Carlo, Monaco

    A travel blog entry by carol53 on Jun 22, 2013

    18 photos

    This morning we were anchored off shore and had to use the tenders (lifeboats) to reach land. Once again we had opted to do our own exploring so we went to get our tender tickets after breakfast and as they indicated there would be about a half hour wait I went and did another computer class. This one was on how to make your photos or videos into a movie presentation so could be useful with all the shots we have been taking. It was a short ride to reach the shore and ...

    Cinque Terre - 5 Italian Villages

    A travel blog entry by richardsons on Aug 26, 2012

    19 photos

    ... between the villages.

    Parking was a problem at the first village – Riomaggiore – the parking building wasn’t high enough for the van (and we had had a previous incident in Vienna where we went into a building that was too low for us and it wasn’t to be repeated!). So we headed another 5 minutes down the road to the second village – Manarola. All good here, so we put on our walking shoes and ...